By the time Zhenya Zhdanova started working on the design of this apartment in Moscow, she had known the owners for a long time, so they gave her complete freedom. As a result, a bright eclectic home with a variety of prints, textures and colors was born. The main colors in the scheme are bold blue, emerald and terracotta, which mix in different combinations. The kitchen is connected to the living room and dining room, and each of the three bedrooms seems to tell its story: from the bright tropical to the sophistication of the “Great Gatsby” style. In such a flashy interior, perhaps not everyone will be comfortable, but the owners love experiments and vivid colors, so this is the favorite and most beautiful place to be for them.
In her Moscow apartment, designer Olga Zaretskikh wanted to display that atmosphere and a set of shades that are so lacking in Russia for most of the year. That’s why the design is dominated by yellow-green colors, plant motifs everywhere – from wallpaper on walls to prints on cushions. Despite the fact that the apartment is in Stalin’s house with a limited layout (for example, the kitchen here is very small without the possibility of increasing), the owner managed to create a real oasis of warmth and comfort. Beautiful home!
Usually, owners of apartments in old historic houses want to keep the original classical decor elements, but not in this apartment in the heart of Moscow, Russia. The building itself has a very rich and interesting history, namely in this apartment previously a famous actress lived, but now it looks like a chic home in a modern new building. Here only the cozy little balcony overlooking the courtyard, which remained untouched, reminds about the past. The interiors, like most of the works of Elena Gorenshtein, are modern and bold, and beautiful dark tones prevail in the palette. Awesome!
This minimalist apartment in Moscow proves that a rough industrial design and bright colors can successfully live together. Just look how creative the Le Atelier studio filled the home with color. The idea with spilled paint on the floor and ceiling is one of the coolest that we happened to see recently. Interestingly, this design was created for a girl who was not afraid of the brutal and cold features of such interior. Such an interesting project!
The family from Moscow has long dreamed of own dacha (‘country cottage’ in Russian), they knew for sure that it would be a house made of wood, cozy, comfortable and warm. And a few years ago they finally had the opportunity to buy a wooden house in the suburbs, but inside it was empty, so it needed a lot of work to do. To help with the interior design owners invited Veronika Sudnikova, who taking into account all client’s desires and requirements, could make the family’s dream come to life. Let’s step inside this very beautiful home!
Designer Alexandra Morozova some time ago studied law and even happened to work in a big international law firm for a couple of years. But despite her promising career, she decided to quit everything and enter the British Higher School of Design. So, it was during that first legal period of her career that Alexandra met her future client, the partner of that company, for whom later she did the project of this apartment in Moscow. Masculine minimalism, bold geometric prints and contemporary paintings on the walls – these are the distinguishing features of this stylish and unique home!
Interiors like in this Moscow apartment are created for those who want when coming home to feel complete peace and tranquility. The color palette of light and gentle pastel shades creates a fresh and relaxing aura, in which you want to spend a lot of time. But the space has also lots of elegance due to stylish golden details and retro notes of the Parisian chic style of the 70’s. We love the wallpaper in the kitchen, as well as the birds in the hallway. Stylish and beautiful!
When studio MAKE took up the project of this apartment in Moscow, its layout was standard and did not meet the owner’s needs at all. Thanks to a thoughtful and complex replanning, which included removing of some partitions and uniting spaces, now the home is in line with modern trends, there are plenty of storage space and convenient functional areas. Great design!
This modern apartment in Moscow is minimal in every sense: from small room areas to laconic decoration. The design was based on a comprehensive white color with light black inserts, but in each room, there is a bright blue accent – this was the idea by project authors – designers of Odnushechka. All the furniture in the home, including a compact kitchen, is very practical and stylish, there is not much decor here, but every element is thought out and adds character to the interiors. Great work!
The owner of this apartment of 77 sqm in Moscow has her own collection of bags and shoes, so she asked designer Nadya Zotova to create as much storage space as possible. Since in the standard plan of the apartment this was almost impossible to do, one of the bedrooms was completely allocated for a dressing room – a real paradise for any girl. And indeed, the whole home is filled with gentle feminine notes – from the color of the wall paint and the furniture upholstery to the small bouquet in the bathroom. Another wonderful work by Nadia!